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How do I save taxes in Canada? I’m sure you’ve asked yourself this question before, especially when it’s time to file your Canadian income tax return. As a Tax Accountant in Mississauga & Toronto, I can reduce the amount of income tax that you pay by utilizing tax planning strategies. A sample of these tax planning strategies are discussed as follows: – Writing off Employment Expenses – Contribute to RRSP before paying mortgage – Pay Salaries to Family Members – Use of a Family Trust About the Author — Allan Madan — Accountants Mississauga Allan Madan is a Chartered Accountant [More]
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